Passover celebrates freedom of all kinds: past, present, and future; national; and personal.
At the Seder we find joy in intergenerational community, storytelling and song. This year, please join our wonderful community-wide Seder, the open, welcoming, pluralistic celebration of freedom you’ve come to expect from the EDCJCC.
We’ve set the Seder to start earlier this year to make it easier for young families to join us, and as always, we welcome interfaith, LGBTQ, and other traditionally marginalized voices to our Seder table. Our Seder, led by Rabbi Ben Shalva and Sara Shalva, the EDCJCC's Chief Program Officer of Jewish Life and Learning, will be full of new friends, joyous singing accompanied by a guitar, big ideas, and fascinating discussions. The Seder will also feature a delicious (and kosher) traditional Passover meal.
Whether this is your first Seder or your 100th, there's a place at our Passover table for you!
Registration will close on Friday, April 7 at 5 pm.
Walk-ins will be welcomed at the door on a first-come, first-serve basis depending on our available space. Payment must be presented at the door and is by credit card only.
If the cost of the seder prevents you from registering, please contact Darya Watnick at email@example.com or at 202-777-3259.